Infobase is pleased to announce that a brand-new video feature has been added to their award-winning World Geography and Culture database, bringing the material in the database to life in a fresh and vibrant new way for students, researchers, and geography enthusiasts. Subscribers now have instant access to more than 2,300 video clips from 180 full-length videos, all with searchable, printable transcripts, a brief overview of the video, and clear descriptions of each segment. These engaging and informative titles from top producers provide up-close explorations of U.S. states and countries all around the world.
The many newly added videos include:
- Absorption of Diverse Immigration from Annenberg Learner
- A Poverty-Free World from Films for the Humanities & Sciences
- American Continental Formation from BBC / Science Channel
- Google Earth from BBC
- and more!
Users can access the videos by selecting “Images and Videos” from the “Resources” drop-down menu or from the left side of the state and country profiles.
Other recent enhancements made to World Geography and Culture include:
- New Images: 240 new images on Chile and South Africa
- Revised country entries and thematic maps
- Updates to Election Results: Find current information on the new officials who have just taken office in the United States as well as updated election results.
Click on the links below for more information about World Geography and Culture: